Brick Township, home to multiple bay and ocean-front Shore towns, was slammed last week by Hurricane Sandy, which left flooding, power outages, as well as one death, in its wake.

Now, the Ocean County township is ordering a mandatory evacuation of waterfront areas in preparation for a nor'easter that's working it's way up the coast, and is expected to bring high winds, storm surges and flooding.

Brick's Office of Emergency Management says the storm has the potential to have significant impact. So it's telling residents in low-lying waterfront areas prone to flooding to get out by 6 tonight.

Some of the neighborhoods include Midstreams, Cedarcroft, Metedeconk, Cedarbridge Manor, Vanada Woods, Eagle Pass, Sandy Point, Cranberry Cove, Swan Point Park, Baywood, Cherry Quay, Sailors Quay, Mallard Point, Seaview Village, Shore Acres, Seawood Harbor, and Bay Harbor.

However, Brick officials are also encouraging residents who don't live in those areas to still evacuate.

Residents that require transportation to a shelter can call (732)-262-1234 for help.

A 61-year-old man drowned or died from exposure to cold in Brick as the result of Sandy.

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